Hvdi.dll is a component of TeamSpeak, which is a proprietary Voice over IP software often used by gamers to communicate with other team players in most multiplayer games. This gives TeamSpeak users an advantage as they can communicate in real time with other players in forming strategies and launching attacks without having to use the chat window. TeamSpeak users no longer have to wait for replies to come through the chat window and are able to concentrate their hand movements to the game instead of typing responses.
A lack of familiarity with the TeamSpeak client and a dose of confusion may lead to the following error:
Error loading Hawlvoice Library (hvdi.dll) Maybe Not Installed?
This error message is easily resolved. Once this error is resolved, players and other users may use TeamSpeak to talk.
How to Remove Error Loading Hvdi.dll Message:
TeamSpeak for Windows.
- Download the TeamSpeak 2 client . The correct file should be:
TeamSpeak 2 Client
- Install the TeamSpeak 2 client.
Note: Do not run TeamSpeak at all until the second download has been put in place. If you do, you will get an error.
- Download the TeamSpeak 2 updated executable. The correct file should be:
TeamSpeak 2 Client (Updated Executable)
- Place this file in the same directory as TeamSpeak 2.
- Click Yes when asked to replace the file. This will ensure that you have the most up to date TeamSpeak client.
You may now open and use TeamSpeak to communicate with other in-game players.
For Linux users, the same procedures apply. However, use the following for your downloads:
TeamSpeak 2 Client
TeamSpeak 2 Server
TeamSpeak 2 Server (Updated Binary)
There is also an unofficial release for Mac OSX users.
This is still in the Beta stage though and may have issues that are not present with the more established Windows and Linux versions.
Users are advised to download the client and server only from the official TeamSpeak download site. Downloading the file from other locations may allow viruses and Trojans to infiltrate your system.
Protect yourself at all times with comprehensive antivirus and anti-spyware programs. Keep both your antivirus and anti-spyware utilities updated to filter newer threats that arise. Run regular scans to detect and remove threats to your system.